effervescence


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She brought a wonderful effervescence to the lead role of Tracy Turnblad and I doubt anyone will have smiled more as the rebel fighting for racial harmony.
The composer's famous effervescence gives way to darker hues for a mass that hints at both the spiritual and the sensuous.
At Malvern we got Honor Blackman, whose sporty effervescence belied the fact that this delightful actress is fast approaching her 80th watershed.
By contrast, Latifah sparkles and brings a much-needed energy and effervescence to her underwritten role.
These paintings bring to mind the exuberance of Matisse's Harmony in Red, 1908, and resonate with some of the Symbolist effervescence of Odilon Redon's Roger and Angelica, 1910.
The more momentum you have when the cork pops, the more effervescence and champagne you lose.
And what an effervescence of images there was in the finale
Our goal in choosing China as our Guest Country this year is to further our understanding of the driving forces behind such a market and its players, and to take stock of its newfound effervescence in designing innovative services.
Contractor name : KIEFFER SERVICES ALSACIENNE DE RESTAURATION EFFERVESCENCE TRAITEUR SARL TRAITEUR PHILIPPE ROME LE RELAIS AVS
It has lively bubbles, a creamy texture and pronounced pear drop acidity but with some savoury touches in the middle if you like a counter balance for all that fresh and bouncy effervescence.
This fruity and fragrant white has a slight effervescence.
Faced with the effervescence of youth in Ajax's young stars, the Gunners failed to impose their greater experience as the Champions League' second group stage resumed.